CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — While there weren’t any reported injuries from fireworks in Chesapeake over the July 4 holiday weekend, the city says fire officials did confiscate some fireworks and responded to several fireworks-related fires.
According to a city spokesman, there were no reported responses to fireworks-related injuries on July 4.
However, the Chesapeake Fire Department confiscated “several” illegal fireworks.
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The fire department also responded to three fires related to illegal fireworks use. Two of those were dumpster fires, and one was a work structure fire.
The structure fire is still under investigation as of Monday morning.
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